Whenever I saw a photo of a woman wearing a backless dress, a tinge of innocent jealousy would swim up my spine. They usually had smaller breasts and didn’t need to wear bras. I always felt that as a heavy chested woman, I couldn’t wear such things because I absolutely could not leave home without a bra on. And I could never find one of those fancy bras that you could wear any low-cut outfit in. They either didn’t make my size or never had my size.
When I first received this dress, I tried it on just about everyday, staring at myself in the mirror, trying to decide if I should wear it on my blog.
However, my fears have been diminished (at least little, anyway), and after shooting with BJM photography, I can say that I’m comfortable wearing a backless (or almost backless) dress with no bra. In other words, I don’t give a damn. *Kanye shrug*
There’s nothing like a statement pencil skirt. I bought this skirt with the intention of sewing up the split and wearing it to work. But nope, I don’t think the four walls of my classroom will behold this skirt. I have this skirt in about five different prints; I bought it from J C Penny and they kept restocking it in different colors. What was a girl to do? Read More
I feel like every time I write one of these Real Vs Steal posts, I have to fight off the urge to buy shoes. I usually only post look-a-likes for shoes that I would wear, so I’m tested all the time. I just feel like these shoes were made for me because…reasons.
Finding inspiration for most of my Real Vs. Steal finds are organic; this one was no different. I saw these Prada beauties on a few celebrities, but didn’t really take note until I was browsing one of my favorite e-stores and saw a pair of shoes that looked liked I’d seen them before. I thought to myself, “Where have I seen these shoes before?” and proceeded to google “wavy sandals.” Not too long after that, I saw a post on fashionbombdaily.com showing celebrities wearing the now sold out Prada Suede Triple-Strap Wavy Sandals.
A few days, ago I revisited what I guess I can say is one of my favorite restaurants in Nassau. The food, view, customer service and overall vibe is great.
I wore one of my recent purchases, an olive green T-Shirt dress from H&M (similar here). Olive green, or khaki as it is sometimes called, is one of this fall’s “it” colors. I paired it with a pair of black minimalist heels and a quilted black bag with gold details.